Sheldon ISD would like to remind all students and parents that many start and end times for our campuses will change for the final time beginning Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. This is because students and staff members at C. E. King Middle School will be returning to their home campus - which alters the bus routes.
By clicking on the red box above, it will take you to an area where you may click on any campus name for complete information such as school start and end times as well as anticipated bus pickup times.
Thank you for your patience during our post Hurricane Harvey relief efforts as we continue to be #SHELDONSTRONG.
Based on a recent winter storm warning issued by the Harris County Office of Emergency Management, Sheldon ISD has decided to cancel school – including all after-school activities – for Tuesday, Jan. 16.
Local forecasts predict freezing rain to occur in the eastern Houston area shortly after noon tomorrow which will also affect all of Sheldon ISD’s key roadways. The safety and security of our students and staff members continue to be the district’s top priority.
A decision about Wednesday’s school day will be made tomorrow evening. Ongoing information may be found on the local news outlets, the district’s website, Facebook and Twitter pages.
Thank you…and please stay warm.
Sheldon ISD will be featured at this year’s MLK Grande Parade on Monday, Jan. 15, in downtown Houston.
The MLK Grande Parade – which is the third largest parade in the country with more than 4 million viewers nationwide – will showcase the district’s marching band, Pantherettes, cheerleaders and Air Force JROTC cadets. Also, Sheldon ISD Superintendent King Davis, KHS Principal Dr. Demetrius McCall and members of the SISD school board have been invited to participate in the event.
Although the majority of our students and staff members will be returning to their home campuses on Jan. 9, 2018, those individuals at C. E. King Middle School will not be able to return to their original campuses until Jan. 16, 2018. This one-week delay will temporarily impact each of our campuses primarily because of transportation issues. It will also allow work crews enough time to complete the gym floors at KMS – as these areas are needed in order to house students arriving and departing from school.
Before the holiday break, he visited Royalwood Elementary to read to some of the little ones because he knows the importance of teaching a child to read.
Congratulations to the December Students of the Month and Employees of the Month!
A special “thank you” to Equipment Management Services, LLCwhich is the largest off-dock container terminal in the U.S. Gulf region, for donating $10,000 toward our Spirit of King initiative this year!
Sheldon ISD is excited to work with the University of Houston – Clear Lake to provide free screenings for Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) for your child.